Xbox Series-X& S preorders kicking-off globally

From September 22nd, the Xbox Series S and Series X of Microsoft consoles will be now accessible for preorder globally, and relying upon where you live, that is occurring very soon. If you are in New Zealand, you’ll have the option to put in an order soon, withhold up being slightly longer for those in Australia. Whereas, on gamers in the UK and Europe, the US East Coast wake up will have just put cash down on another console. Those preorders start at 8 AM BST (3 AM ET) and 9 AM, separately. Here a list has expanded to include details for different countries.

UK: Will be available since 8 AM BST at GAME, Dixons, Microsoft Store, Argos, Amazon, Smyths Toys, Currys PC World, John Lewis, and other stores.   

US: In the US, on September 22nd, preorders will begin at 11 AM ET/8AM PT at Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, Target, GameStop, Sam’s Club, Costco, Newegg, and Army and Airforce Exchange Service.

Canada: Here, they’ll also begin on September 22nd at 11 AM ET/8AM PT at the Best Buy, Microsoft Store, The Source, Walmart, Amazon, EB Games, and other retailers.

New ZealandIn New Zealand, it’ll you can begin purchase since 8 AM NZST at EB Games, the Microsoft Store, Spark, JB HiFi, and other participating stores.

Australia: In Australia, it’ll be accessible since 8 AM AEST at the Microsoft Store, Harvey Norman, Telstra, EB Games, JB Hifi, and other retailers.

Microsoft states supplies are, normally, limited, and it’s not satisfactory the number of consoles will be accessible in the current preorder stage. The Xbox Series X is costed at $499, and the Series S will be priced at $299. You can additionally purchase the consoles for $24.99 every month and up through the Xbox All Access program that consists of Game Pass Ultimate. Microsoft’s additionally got participator retailers list for that program in the US, Australia, UK, Denmark, New Zealand, Norway, Finland, and Sweden.

Chris Pratt is a self-professed software developer. He just loves to write about cryptography, software, social engineering, and the internet.  He writes for Canon printer products at

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